Sunday Spotlight with Todd Coburn

This week's Sunday Spotlight is with Todd Coburn, author of Reflection of the Son.  Please read about the book below and see our interview with author Todd Coburn and our reviews on the book! Blurb: This book examines a simple fact of nature, the way the moon reflects the sun's light to a darkened world,... Continue Reading →

Author Spotlight with Logan Keys

This week's "Author Spotlight" is Logan Keys. Logan Keys says she’s not so much a writer, as she is a soothsayer and preparer for those who are still blissfully unaware. Her stories aren’t dystopian, but rather a warning for the next generation. When she’s not writing zombies, vampires, superheroes, and robots, she’s fighting against government... Continue Reading →

Awarded Earlier This Year, 2017

In case you missed the announcement in January, here are this years winners and honorable mentions for the following children's book awards (winners will be highlighted), if illustrator's name appears first, the book won for the illustrator's art: Congratulations to all winners and nominees! http://www.ala.org/alsc/awardsgrants/bookmedia/newberymedal/newberymedal The Newberry Award: Awarded to the author of the most... Continue Reading →

RBC Taylor Prize

  Congratulations to Ross King, winner of the RBC Taylor Prize, 2017! Congratulations to the authors whose books were  nominated to the RBC Taylor shortlist!  The RBC Taylor Prize, or the Charles Taylor prize as it is also known, is a Canadian Literary Award presented to the best Canadian literary nonfiction. The winner receives $25,000... Continue Reading →

Literary News

Congratulations to the winners of  one of the world's most prestigious literary prizes! They were  awarded the highly coveted Windham- Campbell prize. For article see: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/books-and-media/toronto-author-andre-alexis-awarded-one-of-worlds-richest-literary-prizes/article34150425/?utm_medium=Referrer:+Social+Network+/+Media&utm_campaign=S The winners are as follows: Andre Alexis and Erna Brodber for fiction; Maya Jasanoff and Ashleigh Young for nonfiction; Ali Cobby Eckerman and Carolyn Forche for poetry, and Marina... Continue Reading →

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